Are the authorities here equipped to deal with the challenge of coronavirus?
Airbnb has grown rapidly in the past decade but is it contributing to the housing crisis?
Tonight reporter Jonathan Maitland explores how safe vaping is.
Investigating whether a new virus from China could take hold in the UK.
In the aftermath of the Thomas Cook collapse, how easy will it be to get a bargain?
Geraint Vincent asks whether we can save Britain's high streets.
Tonight explores the growing issue of so-called 'Cyber-stalking'.
Tonight investigates how to get the best value gifts and how to keep your money safe.
Julie Etchingham meets the leader of the Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn.
Tonight interviews Nicola Sturgeon, Sian Berry and Adam Price.
Ranvir Singh meets the leader of the Liberal Democrats, Jo Swinson.
Ranvir Singh talks to Nigel Farage of The Brexit Party about his vision for the country.
Ranvir Singh talks to Nigel Farage and an interview with Scottish Green Party's co-leader.
Should cash poor but asset rich home owners unlock the value in their properties?
As police attacks rise, Adam Shaw goes on the beat to investigate.
Lucy Siegle investigates whether we are ingesting plastic unknowingly.
Investigating one of the big issues of our time - the mental health crisis.
Paul Connolly goes in search of scammers selling fake car insurance to the public.
Richard Bacon investigates whether the government can fix our social care system.
Helen Skelton looks into the fashion industry's contribution to the world's carbon budget.
Helen Skelton investigates the rise of fraud offences in England and Wales.
As Britain struggles to build enough homes, are developers putting quantity over quality?
Are providing homes for the elderly the answer to the housing crisis?
Are we truly aware of how green our garden centres really are?
Julie Etchingham profiles the two final candidates in the Conservative leadership contest.
Is it time to change the way we deal with financial crimes against the elderly?
In the wake of cars being recalled for safety issues, Tonight asks how safe is your car?
Kim Leadbeater explores whether Britain is now an angrier and more divided country.
We investigate claims that red and processed meat is worse for us than we thought.
Hayley Hassell investigates what happens if things go wrong on an all- inclusive holiday.
Fiona Foster investigates whether consumers are getting a good deal in the supermarkets.
Tonight challenges three working people to try to live off their future pension pots.
Dr Saleyha Ahsan explores the impact of violence and aggression towards NHS staff.
Alex Beresford looks into the reasons behind the current knife crime epidemic in the UK.
As Tonight reaches 20 years on air, we look back at some of the biggest news stories.
Is Britain a fraudster's paradise? Adam Shaw investigates.
With the Brexit date approaching, Allegra Stratton examines what should happen next.
Helen Skelton investigates Britain's problems with rubbish.
Should global tensions escalate, are our armed forces ready for combat?
Why are so many of us suffering from back pain? Oscar Duke investigates.
Following the royal car accident, should older drivers hang up their driving gloves?
Tonight asks whether the new benefit system Universal Credit is making people poorer?
Three meat eaters try to go vegan for a month. How will they cope?
With train fares once again on the increase, are passengers getting value for money?
Revealing what happened during the final months of the weight loss program.
Tonight follows the journey of three people suffering from severe obesity.
Julie Etchingham explores how Meghan Markle is changing the Royal Family.
Tonight investigates how to keep your cash safe this Christmas.
Robert Moore examines the effect of conspiracy theories on America's future.
Richard Bacon investigates how ending freedom of movement could affect daily life.
Rav Wilding looks at the vulnerability of modern keyless cars to a new type of theft.
Can a pioneering GP service's 'focused care' program help save the NHS?
Tonight investigates the falling levels of inspection in our abattoirs.
Briton's motorists pay billions of pounds in taxes and fines. But where does the money go?
Laura Tobin investigates how the extreme weather of 2018 has impacted our society.
With one in five households renting, Jonathan Maitland investigates the housing crisis.
Tonight investigates the simple steps we can take to fight fat.
Ginny Buckley investigates the minefield of purchasing a car.
Tonight investigates the mounting debt crisis - and how some people are fighting back.
Kate Hardcastle investigates the decline of High Street retail.
Summer 2018 is shaping up to be the hottest on record. Becky Mantin investigates.
Tonight asks how the US leader Donald Trump will be received when he arrives in the UK.
Tonight explores the rise in knife and gun crime in the UK.
Tonight investigates what we could all be doing to beat the battle of the bulge.
As the NHS turns 70, we celebrate some of its 'miracles' through the eyes of patients.
A year on, Tonight looks back at the Grenfell fire tragedy and how it shocked a nation.
Current affairs series. Has giving away our personal information made some companies rich?
Current affairs series. How much do we really know about the processed foods that we eat?
Current affairs series. Could big changes for pensioners help with the NHS budget crisis?
Jonathan Maitland investigates what price we're willing to pay for our pet cats and dogs.
Current affairs programme. How bad could relations with Russia get? Adam Shaw finds out.
The number of potholes is feared to be at record levels; Adam Shaw investigates the truth.
Helen Skelton asks if freezing temperatures and heavy snow have a future in Britain.
'Tonight' investigates the growing debate about transgender people and change in Britain.
Helen Skelton investigates what we can do to rethink our reliance on plastic.
What's the true cost of rising road traffic and a doubling in the number of rail users?
What's the truth behind the NHS winter crisis? Fiona Foster investigates.
Can you get a summer holiday on the cheap? Reporter Adam Shaw investigates.
Could DIY medical diagnoses online be doing us more harm than good?
Julie Etchingham asks why divorce laws might be in need of urgent reform.
Second of a two-part special, looking at what Brits are spending on to lose weight.
First of a two-part special, looking at how much lack of exercise is costing the NHS.
Tonight investigates why this Christmas is going to be far from cheery for some families.
The scandal of a rogue surgeon who performed botched or unnecessary operations.
Dan Clark-Neal investigates the costly issue of buying fake or non-existent items online.
Could laws designed to protect the elderly lead to a rise in theft within families?
Julie Etchingham investigates how widespread sexual harassment is.
Ranvir Singh investigates whether fast food outlets are fuelling obesity.
Jonathan Maitland reports on the crime epidemic that is sweeping the country.